Kate Lovell interviewed me for this article on Deaf and disability film festivals. Lots of food for thought.
The first recent triptych I made was from photos taken exploring Scotland with Margo Cargill as research for our new film, April in the Country. Lately I’ve done a few more April in the Country triptychs, but I’ve also been combining photos from other travels, sometimes combining different places into one triptych.
They’re like storyboards. I love to see the new ideas that juxtaposition of one image with another creates, sometimes it’s psychological, sometimes formal, sometimes a mix of both. They leave a lot of room for people to come up with your own story or interpretation.
You can see more of these on my Photos page.Photos
You can purchase limited edition C-type prints of these photos, have them mounted or framed, and delivered to you HERE!
Tim Jeeves and me in conversation about our week workshopping his live performance, The Kindness of Strangers, to enhance accessibility in advance of DaDaFest International 2016 on 1 December!
Audio description of triptych image :
In March 2016, actor Margo Cargill and I travelled to the Isles of Skye, Harris and Lewis as research and development of a new film we’re working on. April in the Country will be a road movie following a blind woman as she travels to Scotland’s Western Isles in search of her mother. It hardly rained, there were zero midges, and I got a lot of great photos of radiant Margo and the stunning landscapes.
As you may know, filmpro has recently moved to Bow Arts, whose annual Open Studios event is May 17 and 18. Music, booze, schmooze and people can come into filmpro studio and see projections of some of these photos, along with work by other filmpro artists Caglar Kimyoncu and Zeynep Dagli.
PLUS A triptych I created (see above) has been selected for the Bow Open group show, curated by Anj Smith. which shows at the Nunnery Gallery (same location) until 28 August.183 Bow Road, E3 2SJ
Open Studios: Friday 17 June 6-9 PM, Saturday 18 June 1-6 PM